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BUERGENTHAL and R. NORRIS, Human Rights: The Inter-American System, Vols. 1 and 2 (1982), Vol. 3 (1983). T . BUERGENTHAL, R. NORRIS and D. SHELTON , Protecting Human Rights in the Americas (1982) (Spanish edi­ tion 1983). A . H . ROBERTSON, Human Rights in the World (2nd ed. 1982) 132-159. c. SEPULVEDA, The Inter-American Commission on Hu­ man Rights (1960-1981), Israel Yearbook on Human Rights (1982) 46-61. THOMAS BUERGENTHAL AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Amnesty International is an international � non-governmental organization concerned with the protection of � human rights.

In order to avoid those hardships, treaties have often been concluded according to which military service in only one of the countries con­ cerned can be required (see Probst , Zwischen­ staatliche Abgrenzung der Wehrpflicht (1955) pp. 23-46; see also � Bancroft Conventions). One of the most recent provisions to this effect is con­ tained in the treaty concluded by the members of the Council of Europe as mentioned above. w. VON RAUCHHAUPT, Mchrfachc Wehrpflicht, Volker­ bund und Volkerrecht, Vol.

17 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (- Human Rights, Universal Declaration ( 1948)) held that: " l . Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others. 2. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property. " However, the - human rights covenants do not protect property as a human right. Protection against the taking of property, but not against legitimate control of its use, is granted by Art. 1 of the first additional protocol to the - European Convention on Human Rights, "subject to the conditions provided for by law and by the general principles of international law".

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